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Winter Nature Walks - Honor Oak, Sydenham, Beckenham, Greenwich, Grove Park

Posted by Lewisham Gardens on December 31, 2013 at 12:10 PM Comments comments (0)

One Tree Hill Tree Identification Walk

Saturday 18 January 12pm

Meet at the gates of St Augustine's Church

Nearest Train Station Honor Oak Park

Daniel Greenwood of LWT and the Friends of One Tree Hill will lead a walk around One Tree Hill Local Nature Reserve showing how trees can be identified in winter. Contact details: [email protected]

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Sydenham Hill: Winter Tree ID

Sunday 26 January 2-3.30pm

Sydenham Hill Wood Local Nature Reserve

Nearest train station: Sydenham Hill or Forest Hill

Learn how to identify species from their buds, bark and tree shape, as well as gaining an insight into the natural history of Sydenham Hill Wood. For more information please contact Daniel Greenwood at [email protected]

 

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Thames Path Walk-  London Bridge to Greenwich 

Wednesday 12 February 10.30am

Meet at London Bridge station on the mainline concourse in front of platforms 12 & 13 by Nero Express

A moderate 11 miles walk from London Bridge to the  Thames barrier. Bring packed lunch. Pub stop near Cutty

Sark. Return train from Charlton Station. Led by Don, 07722887080.

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Explore or the Grove Park Nature Reserve - Monthly Walk

Friday 10 January 12-3pm

Friday 7 February 12-3pm

Friday 7 March 12-3pm

Venue: Ringway Centre: Café 268 Baring Road

Nearest train station: Grove Park

Explore or the Grove Park Nature Reserve or the River Quaggy at Chinbrook Meadows and then drop in to the Ringway Centre for a soup and a roll, coffee, tea, cakes and biscuits.

For more information call 02088577980 or email [email protected] 

Nature's Gym location change on 15th March 2012

Posted by Lewisham Gardens on March 5, 2012 at 8:45 AM Comments comments (0)
A re-post from Nature Conservation Lewisham- the Lewisham Gardens calendar has been updated.

It appears as though that the knowledge of the greatness of the Nature’s Gym services is being spread far and wide and we have had a special request to go to a site in Grove Park. When the programme was developed last year 15th March was always TBC because we were unsure that there would be enough work there. It appears there isn’t, so our talents are going to be utilised elsewhere!


Therefore on 15th March we will now be at Grove Park nature reserve and not Dacres Wood. See below for a map of the location.

A number of you will have been here before when we planted the orchard, or even further back when we planted up the new pond.